Why do we believe in Jesus as the Christ?
We believe that Jesus is the Christ because he came and fulfilled everything that God promised through the Old Testament prophets to fulfill in the future (Jn 19:30). This is why we Christians have been testifying about Jesus and all the things he fulfilled (Ac1:4-8). More important than what he has already fulfilled, however, is the new promise (New Testament) that Jesus made with us. This new promise was given to us so that we might believe when it is fulfilled (Jn 14:29). Now it has been over 2,000 years since the new promise was made. The people who refused to believe when they saw the fulfillment of the old promise were not true believers, and neither are those who fail to believe when they see the fulfillment of the new promise.
The twelve tribes of Shinchonji are testifying with pride about what we have seen – the fulfillment of the new promise. If you want to be true believer, if you hope to attain heaven and eternal life, you need to carefully analyze our testimony. Today, just as there was no salvation for those who refused to believe in the Old Testament, salvation is impossible without believing in the fulfillment of the New Testament.
The priests during the first coming called Jesus and his disciples ringleaders of sects and riots (Ac 24:5, 14). Christians at that time were cast out of their jobs, schools, homes, towns, and countries (Heb 10). Although Paul was responsible for the stoning of Stephen (Ac 7:54-8:3), he later met Jesus, stopped calling him a cult leader, and instead began to proclaim him to be the Christ (Ac 9). Today, however, no one calls Jesus a cult leader anymore. Now, it is Shinchonji that everyone calls a cult. According to God and the Bible, however, Shinchonji is not a cult; it is the kingdom and priests of God (Rev 1:5-6, 5:9-10, 20:6, 21:1). Believers who truly know the Bible can certify that Shinchonji is the right way. We know that it is only by way of the cross that our sins can be atoned and we can be saved.